Soup Pot


When people talk about Dutch cooking one of the first things to come to mind is soup. Traditionally served at the beginning of supper at every boerderij/farm it still makes an appearance at many Hollandse Broodtafels – the traditional soup and buns menu served after church on Sundays. We carry a wealth of soup mixes that can be used according to their instructions or as a base for your own recipes.  You will also find a variety of noodles at The Pantry from The Netherlands, Germany and Hungary.

Soup Mixes

  • Honig Vegetable
  • Honig Jullienne
  • Honig Vermicelli
  • Honig Tomato
  • Honig Tomato Vegetable
  • Honig Cream of Tomato
  • Honig Chinese Tomato
  • Honig Chinese Vegetable
  • Honig Koningin
  • Honig Chicken
  • Honig French Mushroom
  • Honig Cream of Asparagus
  • Honig Split Pea
  • Honig Brown Bean
  • California Tomato
  • California Vegetable
  • Knorr Vegetable
  • Knorr Chicken Noodle
  • Knorr Onion
  • Knorr Cream of Potato
  • Knorr Cream of Leek
  • Knorr Tomato Vegetable
  • Maggi Vegetable
  • Maggi Tomato
  • Dutch Knoor double pack vegetable


  • Honig Vermicelli in fine or medium
  • Jager egg in fine, medium or broad
  • Bechtle egg noodles in fine or broad
  • Eperlevel -small serrated noodles
  • Csipetke -large egg drop noodles
  • Csusza -large flake noodles for casseroles
  • Kiscsiga -small spiral noodles
  • Schatzle Spatzle – Authentic German egg noodles for soups or other dishes

Other soup products

  • Maggi liquid Aroma
  • Bonduelle soup vegetables in a tin
  • dried soup vegetables
  • Boullion cubes for beef, vegetable, chicken or goulash soups
  • Honig kruidenbuiltjes – 3 different premixed herb sachets for chicken, beef or tomato soups. Just hang in your pan as your broth simmers
  • Unox Cup a Soups – perhaps the best soup in a mug in a variety of recipes
  • Meatball seasonings – see our spice rack for details

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2 thoughts on “Soup Pot

    • Hi Jarrig,

      Where are you located? If you are in Canada I can ship to you in the following way: (I do not have a paypal account set up at this point) I would take your order to the post office with your address to set a cost for shipping. I do not charge for handling…just whatever Can Post charges. Next we would have to connect by phone for you to pay by credit card. Then I would mail your order. Not everyone is comfortable with this type of arrangement. If you are please contact me by our email address:

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